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All Shows Named Official Fan Marketplace and the Official Premium Ticket Source for Ives Concert Park -- All Shows Partnership with the Ives Concert Park Allows Concert Fans to Safely and Securely Purchase and Resell Tickets on the Secondary Market for Ives' 2008 Summer Concert Series -- GREENWICH, Conn., May 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- All Shows (www.allshows.com) today announced it has been named the official fan marketplace and the official premium ticket source for Ives Concert Park. "All Shows fan marketplace for Ives Concert Park offers concert fans a safe and secure place to purchase tickets from others who cannot make the performance or for ticket holders to sell their unused tickets," said Jason Berger, All Shows. "We are also pleased that our partnership with Ives Concert Park allows our clients to purchase premium seats to concerts during the 2008 Summer Concert Series." Ticket holders for concerts at Ives Concert Park can call All Shows toll free at 1-800-All-Shows or visit any All Shows office to have their tickets safely and securely posted for sale on the secondary market on All Shows' inventory system, which highlights hundreds of thousand tickets for events across the country. Tickets are sold to other fans for a 10% fee and can be listed for resale up to one hour prior to the start of the concert. As the official premium ticket source for Ives Concert Park, All Shows is pleased it can offer its clients the best seat selections for the Ives Center's 2008 Summer Concert Series. All Shows may also offer backstage "meet and greets" with artists, when available, to patrons who purchase their tickets for events at the Ives Center from AllShows.com or 1-800-All-Shows. Performances for the 2008 Summer Concert Series include: Melissa Etheridge - Sunday, June 29 Lyle Lovett - Tuesday, July 1 The Beach Boys - Thursday, July 3 Moe - Sunday, July 6 Frankie Valli - Thursday, July 10 Ani DiFranco -Tuesday, July 15 Gov't Mule - Saturday, July 26 About Ives Concert Park The Charles Ives Center for the Arts is a unique outdoor amphitheater situated on 40 wooded acres with a pond, breathtaking gardens and public hiking trails within the westside campus of Western Connecticut State University. A one-of-a-kind venue of exceptional beauty and charm, the Center enhances the quality of life and economic vitality of the greater Danbury area with its world class programming. The Center boosts the tourism industry through increased weekend hotel stays and is an asset in attracting consumers, new residents and businesses to the area. The Charles Ives Center for the Arts is a nationally recognized center for the arts and the area's only major outdoor venue devoted to live entertainment. The Center has showcased hundreds of artists from every branch of the Musical Spectrum. The Center has a 5,000 seat capacity and over 30,000 people attend events each year on average. The Authority was named in honor and memory of Danbury native Charles Edward Ives (1874-1954), one of America's greatest music composers. About AllShows.com AllShows.com is a leading ticket seller for events in the New York metropolitan area with over 20 years in business with offices in Fairfield County as well as New York City. AllShows.com is fully licensed and bonded in New York and New Jersey and is proud members of the National Association of Ticket Brokers (NATB) as well as the Better Business Bureau. In addition to being the official premium ticket source for the Ives Concert Park, All Shows also buys and sells tickets to all New York metropolitan area professional sporting events including baseball (MLB regular season and the All-Star Game), football, hockey, basketball, and soccer. AllShows.com has a team of over 20 sales professionals to ensure the highest quality of service and fast delivery. SOURCE All Shows Darren Spinck, +1-202-486-2008, email@example.com, for All Shows
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